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8:50 AM EDT on July 9, 2018

    • Uber Launches PR Offensive Against Minimum Wage for Drivers (News)
    • Bushwick Demands Justice for Luz Gonzalez (Bklyn Paper)
    • City Orders Illegal Bushwick Parking Lot Shut Down, Too Late for Luz (ABC 7)
    • Hit a Human Being With Your Car? Not Your Fault. Hit a Car With Your Fist? NYPD's on the Case. (News)
    • Woman Critically Injures Man With Her SUV on 127th and Flees (Post)
    • Hot Car Complaints Have Nearly Doubled This Year (Post, WNYC)
    • Sarah Kaufman: Make Room for Scooters on NYC Streets (News)
    • De Blasio's "Congestion Plan" Is Going Great (TL)
    • Pedestrian-Friendly Sidewalk Sheds Finally Have a Toehold in the Market (Crain's)
    • You Can Dump Anything in the Street as Long as It's Inside a Car (Bklyn Paper)
    • Come and Get This Easy Money (Post 1, 2)

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